would you die for a tea bowl?
thank you all for the swedish group meeting in our samurai world!
Thank you all members of the Swedish Facebook group Immersiv Teknik for participating in our meeting on Friday November 8! We look forward to seeing other groups coming for a visit as well! Check out this space for the time of the next departure! The 5 minute English subtitled clip here above gives you a picture of this VR event space and how it works as a meetup space. Mail us for more information on how to set up a free meeting in this medieval fantasy world.
A count down timer to the December departure will be available here shortly
COnnect to your host in Rec room:
To participate in our private event space, follow these steps:
- We recommend that you start by subscribing to this mailing list to receive a few messages on the background story for our world
- This will let us concentrate on the action when we meet - less talk and more fun :)
- Set up a rec room account on rec.net
- Log in
- Search for HasseInJapan in the search box at the top of the page
- Click "Friends" on the left
- Your host will accept - you are now friends :)
- Download the software (Steam, Oculus, Playstation, iOS coming)
- If you are not familiar with Rec Room, log in (best in VR!) and try moving around, jumping etc. in your private Dorm Room ("home page").
- On the day of the event, log in in good time before starting time so that you are online and available for an invitation
- Your host will invite you to our room - all you need to do is wait for the invitation message and accept :)
- NOTE: There is no official event, you need to follow the above steps for a private invitation!
Click to reserve a seat and receive updates on this experience
In this VR experience, you will climb to a tearoom floating in space. There you will shapeshift to a medieval samurai and receive instructions from a tea master, hosting the experience. The concept of the experience is a free visualization of what the samurai and tea master Furuta Oribe may have seen in a dream. Furuta, born in the Mino province where our city, Tajimi, is located, set off on a revolutionary departure from the regular shapes of Chinese pottery. We will meet you in a fantasy world for a tea ceremony where anything can happen.
Image author: Petr Vodička, Wikipedie English: Petr Vodička, Wikipedia [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)]